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angels. we had a state trooper assigned to us, sean hickey who is kind of a rock for us. and a houston doctor, dr. laura ashter. another rock. for families to get through this, you need those rocks, wind at your back, to push you forward. we got that from friends and community. >> we know there's a lot of difficult weeks and months even years ahead. i appreciate you talking tonight. i wish you the best. >> thank you. >> thanks very much, alexei. the website is noah's ark of hope we'll put that up on our website anderson five days ago, the tragedy is raising questions about mass killings. investigators digging through the killer's history. we're going to talk to our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta. we'll talk about that. w? >>> i feel worried, nervous, but at the same time, i'm feeling happy to be back at school because the whole thing just -- everyone will be together. will probably be a good thing for the victims as well -- the siblings, the family of the victims. >> one of the newtown students talked about his mixed feelings about returning to class
. >>> former president george h.w. bush spent christmas in the intensive care unit at houston's methodist hospital. he is 88 years old and has developed a stubborn fever and has been in the hospital since sunday. chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta joins me by phone. it was expected he would be going home for christmas. but he is still in the icu. how dangerous is bronchitis and this subsequent fever for someone his age? what are the potential complications here? >> reporter: the age plays a big role here. bronchitis is something that can be easily treated and oftentimes -- some of the times it needs antibiotics to treat it. in you and me it would be a pretty easy thing to treat. the fact that he's had a bronchitis and was on the general care floor and went back to the intensive care unit with a fever probably indicates that the bronchitis was either not completely treated the first time around or it came back. it was treated but came back pretty quickly. and both of those things we take seriously. as you might guess the biggest concern might this turn into pneumonia. bronchitis
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